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2023 release, the fourth album from the death metal band. Werewolves formed in 2019 and have proceeded to release an album a year to increasing acclaim and global calamity. Three full lengths and one EP later, the band performs an act of creative peristalsis with album four "My Enemies Look And Sound Like Me". Bassist/vocalist Sam (The Antichrist Imperium, The Berzerker) says: "Here it finally is, the recording that will cement our place in the technical death metal world as some of the greatest soloists and most thought-provoking lyricists working in music today. Our ability to shape raw art from ethereal nuance is second only to our famously slow craftmanship."
2023 release, the fourth album from the death metal band. Werewolves formed in 2019 and have proceeded to release an album a year to increasing acclaim and global calamity. Three full lengths and one EP later, the band performs an act of creative peristalsis with album four "My Enemies Look And Sound Like Me". Bassist/vocalist Sam (The Antichrist Imperium, The Berzerker) says: "Here it finally is, the recording that will cement our place in the technical death metal world as some of the greatest soloists and most thought-provoking lyricists working in music today. Our ability to shape raw art from ethereal nuance is second only to our famously slow craftmanship."
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My Enemies Look And Sound Like Me
Artist: Werewolves
Format: CD
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2023 release, the fourth album from the death metal band. Werewolves formed in 2019 and have proceeded to release an album a year to increasing acclaim and global calamity. Three full lengths and one EP later, the band performs an act of creative peristalsis with album four "My Enemies Look And Sound Like Me". Bassist/vocalist Sam (The Antichrist Imperium, The Berzerker) says: "Here it finally is, the recording that will cement our place in the technical death metal world as some of the greatest soloists and most thought-provoking lyricists working in music today. Our ability to shape raw art from ethereal nuance is second only to our famously slow craftmanship."
        
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